Funny, it doesn't feel like it's been a month

It's February already, wow! Happy Black History Month, everybody. I can't wait to see the Lifetime production of Sins of the Mother, the film version of Carleen Brice's novel Orange Mint and Honey, in three weeks! I know I haven't been around a whole lot. Believe me when I say I've been busy. I did want my blog and newsletter readers to be among the first to see my new trailer for Once Upon A Project , which will be out in mass market size one month from tomorrow, or March 2, 2010.

While I'm not a pro at this by any stretch, this is a vast improvement over my earlier efforts. Please feel free to forward it to anyone you know who enjoys a good story.

Remember, Academy Award Trivia begins in a few weeks. We don't play for big bucks here, but it's a lot of fun, and you can win an ARC of Trouble Down The Road as a first prize, a copy of Save The Best For Last (or, if you've already read it, an Amazon gift certificate for the same amount) as second prize, and an autographed copy of the mass market editions of your choice of either Once Upon A Project, Nothing But Trouble, or The People Next Door as third prize.

Now, it's time for me to get back to work! Got another trailer to do (this time for Trouble Down The Road), and I really would like to get some writing done.


Phyllis Bourne said...

I read Once Upon A Project and wondered how you were going to get all that juicy story into a short video!?!?!

You did a great job! It really captures the flavor of the book!

PatriciaW said...

I agree it captures the flavor, and from what I recall of the different personalities, the models were excellent choices for each woman.

bettye griffin said...

Glad y'all liked it!